Levittown Historical Society Announces Upcoming Events
The Levittown Historical Society has a variety of tours which they have been working on all summer to offer to local residents and their families at the historical museum. Museum tour guides Jim Slattery and Bob Driver have recently been giving tours to visitors, Scout groups, seniors, families, college students and students within the Levittown School District. Most recently, all second grade students within the district enjoyed a tour of the museum. Driver and Slattery work to make the tours interesting by telling the history of the community and showing museum goers a variety of games from the 1940s and '50s.
Summer Programs Underway in Island Trees
Summer Programs in the Island Trees School District are well underway with excellent attendance in all programs. Programs offered by the district to local children include a Summer YES Program, Summer Music Program, Extended YES Program, Summer Sports Camps, Electronic Music Program, High School Science Enrichment Program and High School Evening Recreation.
Nassau County Fifth Grade Sportsmanship Champions
The Nassau County Sports Commission (NCSC), the New York Mets and Athletes Helping Athletes recently announced the winners of the fourth consecutive Sportsmanship Essay Contest for Nassau County fifth graders. This year's contest drew more than 800 essays from approximately 35 elementary and middle schools throughout the county. These young sports champs were asked to describe their personal meaning of sportsmanship, name their sportsmanship role models and describe sportsmanship-like activities.
Levittown PAL Girls Lacrosse Program Ends Season
The Levittown PAL Girls Lacrosse season came to its conclusion with the LIMLF Lacrosse Festival at SUNY Farmingdale on June 15. All Stars representing the undefeated Levittown PAL Girls Rookie team (third and fourth grade) included Danielle Clesi, Caitlyn Costello, Jenna Davis, Colleen Patton and Christina Page. In the Junior Division, Heather Anderson, Kathleen Davis, Meaghan Davis, Kelly Ryan and Kelly Smith represented the program. Senior players Samantha Accursa and Michelle DeBellis played on the U-13 and U-15 all star teams respectively. Each of these girls played in an all stars game which allowed them to place an exclamation point on the quality lacrosse skills they have shown all season. In addition, three other Levittown girls played in a friendly game between the U-13 festival team and the Long Island U-13 team at the festival. Stephanie Kempf and Hailey Lacey (both members of the junior team) played on the U-13 festival team where they faced Lauren Costello (senior), a member of the Long Island U-13 team.
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